The Joomla! Community Magazine™

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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 18:40

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Thank you for your interest in Joomla! Community Magazine.
Tuesday, 04 December 2012 18:36

Browse Topics

If you are interested in a specific topic, this is the place to find what you are looking for.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 13:03

Where do I sign up to become an author?

To become an author, simply sign up here: Author sign up and an editor will contact you with more information. Dont' forget to familiarize yourself with the Author Resources we have made available.
Tuesday, 02 November 2010 11:54

Chrono Conflict

Daniel, please test this issue...
Friday, 06 August 2010 11:03

Browse by Topic

If you are interested in a specific topic, this is the place to find what you are looking for.
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 12:34

SEO Best Practices for Articles

This tidbits of SEO best practices were introduced in SEO, Joomla! and your template, please take them into consideration when writing and formatting your article. Most of the SEO has been dealt with on the development side, however, there are a few things you can do to maximize your article's optimization. We've listed those below and encourage you to read this article.
Saturday, 03 July 2010 18:12

Contact

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Thursday, 01 July 2010 02:40

Contribute Your Ideas

The Joomla! Community Magazine provides the Joomla! community with information and a platform to share that information. We encourage you to submit an article, review, suggest websites built in Joomla for case studies as well as subject for other topics and any other ideas you think would be a good fit for the JCM.
Saturday, 26 June 2010 02:34

When can I submit an article?

You may submit an article at any time, although the submission deadline for possible inclusion in the next issue is the 20th of the preceding month. The goal is to publish the magazine monthly on the 1st of each month.
Saturday, 26 June 2010 02:32

What subjects can I write about?

These are the initial subjects that we are accepting individual articles from community members on: Feature StoriesAny subject of general interest to the Joomla! community. Joomla! Events/JUG in DepthReport on an upcoming or recently completed Joomla! event, or on a Joomla! User Group (JUG) in your local area. Website Case StudyIn depth reviews/analysis of Joomla! websites. Designer's StudioSubjects of interest to website designers. Developer's WorkbenchSubjects of interest to website developers. Administrator's ToolkitSubjects of interest to website administrators. Did you know...?Using features or combination of features of Joomla! and Joomla! extensions to innovate. Have you been using known or lesser known features to accomplish your use case? Share with the community and inspire others!
Absolutely! The JCM is looking for volunteer editors as well as in other areas. If you are interested in volunteering to help with the magazine, please post a message in the Roles: Current and Open thread in the Joomla! Discussion Forums. These are the initial other subjects of the magazine that volunteer editors will help coordinate: Editor's IntroductionSummary of current issue content, and/or other items from Editor's perspective. Leadership updatesUpdates from Production Working Group leaders, Community Working Group leaders, and Open Source Matters board members Extensions/Service reviewsIn depth reviews & comparisons of GPL extensions, frameworks, and services. Joomla in the Press/MediaSummary/compilation of links to Joomla! related content.
Saturday, 26 June 2010 02:30

How do I get my article published?

Read this entire document and follow these guidelines closely. Articles which are not submitted in accordance with these guidelines may not be considered. All magazine team members are volunteers and submitting your articles in accordance with these guidelines will save them time. We expect to accept multiple submissions from multiple authors for each subject. Articles may be accepted for publishing in future magazine editions.
Yes, although it may require editing from the original format. If an article from here is re-published elsewhere, please credit this magazine as the original source, by referencing the URL of the article here with text 'originally published in the Joomla! Community Magazine'
We don’t ask authors for any commitment, but we are happy to accept additional articles from the same authors over time.
You get the satisfaction of knowing that you have helped and enriched the Joomla! community by sharing the information in your article(s), and you have participated in a community driven effort. You may also include a short “About the author” statement at the end of your article(s) which may include a link to your website. Depending upon editorial content needs, contributing writers may be invited to write a continuing series of articles for the magazine.
Saturday, 26 June 2010 02:03

Article Submission Guide

To coin a phrase from Abraham Lincoln (with his possible inspiration from predecessors), the JCM is “of the community, for the community, and by the community”. It provides resources, reviews, news and opinion on the Joomla! world, with an emphasis on all of the positive things happening in the Joomla! project and it's community. All content and publication rules fall under the guidance and oversight of the Joomla! CWG and OSM.
Friday, 25 June 2010 17:29

I'm part of JCM, now what?

Thank you for joining the JCM team! Here are a few things everyone on the team needs to be aware of:
Thursday, 24 June 2010 23:26

Become An Author

Becoming an author at JCM is easy, simply fill out the new author registration form, read and accept the terms of the Author License Agreement, and submit your registration for instant access to submit articles for review by our editors.
Thursday, 24 June 2010 22:07

Other Ways to Get Involved

You don't have to write articles to become part of the JCM. There are always opportunities to help with other facets of publishing the magazine including: promoting and finding press ops, editing article submissions, and recruiting authors, as well as, other tasks that will arise as JCM grows.
If you have familiarized yourself with our Article Submission Guidelines and our Content Guidelines, then you should be fairly confident that your article will be accepted for a future issue. If you have more questions about an article idea, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
If there are any issues with your submission an editor will contact you via email regarding necessary changes that are needed. Please keep in mind that it may take the editor assigned to your article up to 5 days from original submission to get back with you. However, you may hear from the editor as soon as that same day, so please be ready to work with your assigned JCM editor if necessary. Familiarizing your self with the available guides can help ease requests for changes: Style Guide Content Guide
Monday, 14 June 2010 13:22

How do I get involved?

Thank you for your interest in contributing your time and knowledge to the JCM.
Monday, 14 June 2010 12:08

Content Guide

Here are the unedited current content posting guidelines for the Joomla! Community site (some of these points apply more to blog comments, than to magazine authors). These guidelines were developed by Airton Torres.

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